More than five months after two states voted to legalize marijuana — and as a host of other states consider the same — a majority of Americans now say pot should be legal to consume.
Dabs, wax, earwax, honey, honey oil, shatter—whatever you want to call Butane Hash Oil, it's how people are getting stronger, faster, more expensive, and arguably more dangerous THC highs. All the talk also reminds us how far out of the wake-and-bake loop we are. Here's what you need to know about them:
Two bills currently sit in the state's House of Representatives and Senate, both ready to enact harsh penalties on whomever might want to help you get high or sell you that purple alien-headed glass pipe you never knew you needed. Really, Florida?
In Washington and Colorado, savvy business owners are trying to bring "marijuana bars" to life, but there remain hurdles. Here are just a few questions standing between pot smokers and a new proliferation of stateside coffee shops:
You can smoke weed anywhere in Washington right now. You can even be high on CNN. Like so.
Snoop Dogg — er, Snoop Lion is what he goes by now — stopped by Reddit to do an Ask Me Anything sessions this afternoon, and, if his answers are any indication, he was really, really high while doing it. Let's take a look.
The Dutch have done away with their silly weed-pass rule, which would have banned tourists from smoking legal dope in their "coffee shops" without a locals-only "cannabis card."
Quick, aside from being busted for carrying weed, what's the one thing Fiona Apple, Willie Nelson, Snoop Dog, and Armie Hammer all have in common? Well, for starters, they can all tell you what a cell at Sierra Blanca's Hudspeth County Jail looks like.
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